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Welcome to Trimester 1 at the Library

2014-03-03 09:18:19

A warm welcome to students starting their study in Trimester 1, we also welcome back students returning to study at this time.

If you are new to Deakin or just new to the Library, it’s never too late to take a Library tour during the first few weeks of the Trimester, at any campus. On a tour you’ll learn about all of our important library services and spaces, meet our friendly and expert staff and discover where to go to get more information. If you can’t come to campus don’t forget to check us out at deakin.edu.au/library.

Tour dates and times

Melbourne Burwood Campus, building V

Library tours will be offered from the signed tour point in the Library foyer.
Orientation Week, weeks 1, 2 and 3 - Monday 3 March to Friday 28 March.
Between 10 am - 4 pm, a tour commences every 20 minutes.
Between 4 pm – 7 pm tours offered on demand, please ask at the library service desk.

Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus, building JC

Library tours will be offered from the signed tour point in the Library foyer.
Orientation Week, weeks 1 and 2 - Monday 3 March to Friday 21 March.
Rover lead tours are available between 10 am and 2 pm.  Outside of these hours, tours are available by request.

Geelong Waterfront Campus, Level 3

Library tours will be offered from the entrance to the Library.
Orientation Week, week 1 and week 2 - Monday 3 March to Friday 21 March.
Between 10 am - 2 pm, a tour commences every 30 minutes. Outside these hours, tours will be offered on demand.

Warrnambool Campus, building B

Library tours will be conducted as part of the Jumpstart program in Orientation Week.
Library tours will also be offered on demand. Please ask at the information service desk.
Monday 3 March – Friday 7 March - between 10 am and 2 pm.

Library Student Rovers

Look out for Student Rovers in the Library wearing bright red T-shirts that say ‘I’m here to help’. 

You can ask the rovers any question about the library or accessing CloudDeakin, using Deakin email or language and learning services.  If they don’t have the answer, they will find someone who can help!  And being Deakin students themselves, they have lots of great tips!

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